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Chapter 8 Section 2 Igneous and sedimentary rocks. Mr. Perez. Chapter 8 Section 3 Metamorphic rocks and rock cycle. Section 2 Vocabulary. Lava- molten rock material that exists at or above Earth’s surface Igneous rock- rock formed when melted rock material from inside Earth cools

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Chapter 8 section 2 igneous and sedimentary rocks
Chapter 8 Section 2Igneous and sedimentary rocks

Mr. Perez

Chapter 8 Section 3Metamorphic rocks and rock cycle


Section 2 vocabulary
Section 2 Vocabulary

  • Lava- molten rock material that exists at or above Earth’s surface

  • Igneous rock- rock formed when melted rock material from inside Earth cools

  • Extrusive- melted rock material cools on Earth’s surface

  • Intrusive- melted rock materials cools below Earth’s surface

  • Sedimentary rock- sediment collected in layers and compacted together





Section 3 vocabulary
Section 3 Vocabulary

  • Pressure- force applied over a given area

  • Metamorphic rock- new rocks that form when existing rocks are heated or squeezed but not melted

  • Foliated- rocks that have visible layers or elongated grains of mineral

  • Nonfoliated- rocks that do not have distinct layers or bands of minerals

  • Rock cycle- cycle that describes how different kinds of rock are related to one another and how rocks change from one type to another




Draw metamorphic rocks1
DRAW Metamorphic rocks

  • Foliated rocks include:

slate

gneiss

phyllite

schist


Draw metamorphic rocks2
Draw Metamorphic Rocks

  • Nonfoliated rocks include:

quartzite

soapstone

marble


Rock cycle interactive
Rock cycle interactive

  • http://www.learner.org/interactives/rockcycle/diagram.html


Remember
REMEMBER!

  • Chapter 8 vocabulary quiz on A: 12/10 or B:12/11

    • Band kids will take it during the next class period

  • Mighty Mineral Mini Project due A: 12/10 or B: 12/11

  • Bring in old crayons, aluminum foil, wax paper and pencil sharpeners A: 12/10 or B: 12/11

  • Rock cycle quiz on A: 12/12 or B: 12/13

    • Study the diagram on p. 237.

    • Be able to describe it in words and fill in the words on the arrows


Resources
Resources

  • Florida Science Grade 7

    Glencoe Science & McGraw Hill Publishing

  • Google images


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